Port Wine Stains Treatment
Port wine stains is a skin discoloration that usually appear during infancy. Port wine stain can be caused when an area of the skin does not have any sufficient supply of nerve fibers which can cause small blood vessels called capillaries to expand. Port wine stain is a type of birthmark that belongs to the vascular birthmark side.
This type of birthmark will continue to grow and darken as the baby grows; this is why a constant checking on the area with melasma is very much important. Port wine stains are permanent birthmarks that do not fade on their own. However, various treatment options are available for treating them.